Enkidu Partners with Velix.ID
Bengaluru, KA- May 15, 2018- Enkidu, the world’s first decentralized collaboration platform disrupting a trillion dollar market, has announced a partnership with Velix.ID, the blockchain-based ID verification platform.
Velix.ID would be the KYC provider for Enkidu Platform. The blockchain-based ID verification platform is one of the most innovative ID verification services providers in the industry.
Enkidu’s whitelist is now open. The global collaboration platform is offering early mover rewards for contributors with 0.056 USD (before discount.) Enkidu has over 16,000 highly-engaged, active Telegram members and is all geared up for its public sale from 15th June to 15th August.
ENKIDU is a global collaboration platform that allows individuals to run 100% legal companies on the blockchain. Creators can find like-minded collaborators and team up to build and launch a monetizable product or service. This happens via a trustless payment gateway, where each payment gateway has a payment splitting function that replicates a cap table (basically a table denoting each person’s shareholding). The payment gateway obeys the rules of the cap table along with any other business directives (known as resolution) that the project might want to pass via majority vote.
Velix.ID is decentralizing the process using smart contracts, zero-knowledge proofs (zSNARKs), and stellar consensus protocol (SCP) to build an ecosystem that is Universal, Obscure, Transparent, Decentralized, Time-Efficient, and Cost-Efficient. Velix.ID Ecosystem has its own native VXD utility tokens which will be used to transact identity verification between the stakeholders in the ecosystem. The initial target markets are India & Australia with over 1.3 Billion identities, to be followed with operations launch in Asia-Pacific and UK. The Velix.ID team and advisors come with extensive experience in the cryptocurrency industry with a varied background including from Cointelegraph, BnkToTheFuture, KickICO, PundiX, Propy, Trade.io, Covesting, Crypterium, and The Next Web.